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Cajun Boil Recipe (Louisiana Seafood Boil)| Saveur

This spicy Cajun boil, inspired by one served at Charles Seafood in Harahan, Louisiana, has been a reader favorite since it first graced our pages in 2013. The key to a good boil is making sure your ingredients don’t overcook. Start with your vegetables and spices, then layer in your seafood last. Cajun Seafood Boil …

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Calabrian Lamb Chops with Tomatoes, Peppers, and Olives Recipe

The lamb chops in this recipe—adapted from one by the legendary Italian cookbook author Marcella Hazan—should be cooked only briefly, to a still-vibrant, warm pink. If cooked for too long, the meat loses its juice and turns an unappetizing gray. Find this recipe in our cookbook, SAVEUR: Italian Comfort Food Equipment Calabrian Lamb Chops with …

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Summer Panzanella Recipe Bread and Tomato Salad)

Toasty, day-old country bread gets a second act in this sweet and garlicky Italian salad. Panzanella embodied the “waste not, need not” lifestyle of Tuscan villagers and originally featured onions before the 20th century. Nowadays, sweet, ripe summer tomatoes take center stage. The simple ingredients of this dish benefit from finding peak-season produce. Serve alongside …

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Lexington Pulled Pork Recipe | Saveur

In Lexington, North Carolina, smoked pork shoulder is often shredded and served with a tart tomato-based sauce. Any successful barbecue relies on two things: heat and smoke. Use a kettle grill, bullet smoker, or even a gas grill. Don’t skimp on aromatic fruitwood chips, which seal their sweet smoke flavor in the pulled pork. And …

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Plum and Raspberry Jam Recipe

Pectin—a naturally occurring polysaccharide in fruit—is what makes jam gel. Different fruits naturally contain more or less pectin, so, while you never need to worry about a Seville orange marmalade or quince jelly getting a proper set (unless you undercook or overcook them), some low-pectin fruits, like cherries and pears, don’t gel so easily.  High-pectin …

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Charred and Grilled Cabbage Slaw Recipe

In this offbeat cabbage slaw from chef Chris Shepherd of Underbelly in Houston, raw red cabbage adds a textural contrast to the grilled green cabbage, and a zippy, spicy-sweet-salty dressing goes well with the charred bits. If you’re looking for a way to balance out all the meaty (or not meaty) things you’re grilling, check …

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Cucumber and Corn Salad with Pomegranate and Poppy Seeds

Pomegranate seeds add a pop of tart juice to each bite of this buttery late-summer salad with crunchy cucumbers and a toasty sesame oil vinaigrette. Sautéing corn intensifies its natural sweetness and if you have an abundance of it left over, use them in our favorite summer corn recipes. Cucumber and Corn Salad with Pomegranate …

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Skillet-Fried Pork Chops with Peach Jam Recipe

Tangy, sweet peach jam balances the richness of these pan-fried pork chops inspired by California peach farmer David Mas Masumoto. Store the chops, marinade and all, in zip-top freezer bags to transport. The key to a good sear is simple: flip less. Let the crust caramelize before flipping to the other side. Feel free to …

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